The Hacienda Del Sol is a 12 room historic Bed and Breakfast with staff quarters and located in the heart of Taos. It exemplifies historic northern New Mexico architecture and consists of three adobe buildings, with the original building dating back to 1804 and situated on 1.2 acres. Voted "One of the 10 most Romantic Inns in the US" –USA Today, the hacienda is very unique and truly one of a kind. For many years the adobe hacienda was owned by Taos legendary art patroness, Mabel Dodge Luhan and her fourth husband, Tony, from Taos Pueblo. The hacienda originally consisted of a four-room adobe, an apple orchard and many acres of farmland and pastures. Mabel and Tony used the house as a temporary residence and for many years. Notorious guests were notables such as D.H. Lawrence, Georgia O'Keeffe and Willa Cather. One of the Southwest's most respected authors, Frank Waters lived here in 1939 and it was during his stay here that Frank authored "The People of the Valley" as well as gathering the material for "The Man Who Killed The Deer" which he dedicated to Mabel and Tony. Annual revenue generated is well above $500 k per year, with much more potential! Work in heaven, and make a great income!